Archive for the 'mobileweb' Category

Google Mobile Web Principles

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Google has a useful new article on the Principles of Mobile Site Design. It’s based on Google/Answerlab research into how a range of users interacted with a diverse group of mobile sites. It covers homepage & site navigation, site search, commerce, form entry and usability.
 
 
However, before you go about all of this I recommend you […]

Apps vs Internet

Friday, November 29th, 2013

Orange has some new free Orange Exposure research conducted by TNS that concentrates on the path to purchase across the UK, France and Spain. It concludes that 4G networks are igniting uptake in m-commerce, showrooming is on the rise and Android’s dominance over iOS is continuing (also with a leap in tablet market share).
 
An interesting […]

Mobile Web Templates and Guidelines

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Nokia have just announced that they have updated their mobile web templates that I first mentioned May last year.
The templates allow mobile web sites to be easily created that have a generic mobile look and feel. They can also be embedded in apps (read into a HTML control) but I wouldn’t recommend doing so as […]

HTML5 Detection

Monday, May 17th, 2010

If you are creating mobile web sites (as many people increasing are) then you might like to take a look at Modernizr. It’s a Javascript library that allows you to easily detect if particular HTML5 feature exists or not.
If you wish to do the detection yourself you might also like to take a […]